Warming Stone

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Uses FP to continuously heal nearby allies
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FP Cost 20

Warming Stone is a Consumable Item in Elden Ring. Most Consumables grant various effects such as restorative properties for recovering HP, removing certain negative status effects or applying temporary buffs and debuffs, while others can be thrown at enemies to deal damage.


Ruin Fragment blessed with an incantation of the Two Fingers.
Craftable item.

Uses FP to generate warmth, continuously restoring the HP of those nearby.

It's said that the Erdtree was once as warm as the gentle sun, and would gradually heal all who bathed in its rays.


Where to find Warming Stone in Elden Ring


Warming Stone Use in Elden Ring

Warming Stone uses FP to continuously heal nearby allies.

  • Heals any creatures, including enemies and bosses, in the radius of the stone by 25 health per second.
  • Healing effects stack with Frenzyflame Stones for a total of 60 health per second.
  • Lasts for 30 seconds.


Elden Ring Warming Stone Crafting Guide

To craft Warming Stone you would need the Nomadic Warrior's Cookbook [19] as well as the following Crafting Materials:


Elden Ring Warming Stone Notes & Tips

  • You can hold up to 10 Warming Stones.
  • You can store up to 600 Warming Stones.
  • Sell Value: item value icon elden ring wiki guide 18px 50 Runes
  • Notes and tips go here.


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    • Anonymous

      Make sure to keep 1 in your item bar if you're rolling with your Mimic Tear; they'll have an infinite supply of them, very useful for clearing an area as both you and Mimic can heal for free.

      • Anonymous

        Probably the best consumable item in the game for co-op. 750 HP is little more than half of a typical player's health pool (assuming 40 VIG), and 20 FP is a paltry amount to pay for healing that much damage while conserving flasks. You'll sometimes heal hosts or other phantoms by dropping these, but most players will instinctually heal off anything that isn't chip damage, so you won't typically get a big heal off on others. But you're always going to have the option to heal at least half of your own HP bar at very little cost, so long as you can afford to sit for the 30 seconds it takes. That being said, for most players it's worth getting to 12 FAI, equipping a seal, and casting Bestial Vitality instead. It heals a similar amount and doesn't force you to sit around and risk the host running off somewhere. The exception are mage or incantation builds that don't want to give up the spell slot. If that describes your build, then have I got the consumable for you!

        • Anonymous

          "can be found near the edge of the cratered portion of the bridge that leads to the castle" Which f**king castle?

          • Anonymous

            If you are summoned to a gank but don't wanna gank but also don't wanna leave, use these. They heal both your host and the invaders so you can spectate without any moral quarrels

            • Anonymous

              Oh, they use FP, so they're not exactly like the DS2 Lifegems. They're more like a craftable Warmth pyromancy from DS3. I'm hesitant to use these on a low Mind build.

              • Anonymous

                F**king hell. I'm at the brace of the haligtree and I've slept on these my whole playthrough. I read their description when I found them first but they sounded like nothing so I never tried them out or saw how awesome they are until just now. There have been countless times before I got takers cameo where I had to fast travel back to a grace because I was out of crimson flasks usually before a boss area, I died again and again trying to kill bosses with two heal flasks and all because of not trying these warming stone when I first found one.

                • Anonymous

                  I use this when I want to conserve HP and then heal my FP with the blue horn talisman. Great for coop if they're willing to wait.

                  • Anonymous

                    Find some chairs, a safe area, throw this in the middle and you'll have a camping bonfire to relax around. Perfect for long journeys when you're conserving flasks and no Grace around.

                    • Anonymous

                      These are perfect for a Patches cosplay where you purposefully use a weapon you don't have the stats for (to pretend to attack the boss but do minimal damage) while throwing some on the floor to heal the boss.

                      • Anonymous

                        The best part about these things is that I invade people's worlds with the name "Helping Traveler" and help people get to the nearest grace, all while tossing warming stones to them as a show of kindness. I don't like invading to fight people, I like invading to help (even if that's not how it's supposed to go). Maybe they'll be happier to be closer to their destination. I'll never know, but it still feels nice to try, even if they attack me. :]

                        • Anonymous

                          If you dont care about endings (Or know the truth), use Frenzyflame stones when you get them. 5 less FP cost, heals a slight bit more, and doesnt heal enemies. Way better.

                          • Anonymous

                            The healing regen effect from this item will stack and work with the Blessed Dew Talisman and one regen spell of any kind. Such as Erdtree Blessing or Beastly Vitality. The offset is that you need to be in the Healing AOE.

                            • So, this is basically Warmth from DS2, but as an item. It's placed on the ground, just like Rainbow Stone and Glowstone, and produces a healing aura for everyone nearby, including hostiles. When I used it with 522 max HP, it was healing me 25 hp per second. Because of how round that number is vs my max HP, and how it doesn't scale, I'm assuming this is a fixed amount per second. The stone is on the ground for 30 seconds, totaling 750 HP per character. This makes it both a more FP efficient and faster heal than Bestial Vitality, while also being an AoE. Notably, though, Warming Stone doesn't do it's healing using a standard buff, and it WILL stack with both Bestial Vitality and the Blessed Dew Talisman.

                              This is pretty significant, cause the materials are all pretty easy to get for how strong this item is. Personally, I'll be taking a page from my DS2 days and invading people so I can heal them as they clear tougher levels.

                              • Anonymous

                                At first I assumed this one sucked, but it can heal your spirit summons! Combine that with defensive spirits like the Purtid Corpses, Greatshield Warriors, or Lhutel, and Mimic Tear, and you can get a lot of mileage out of this!

                                • Anonymous

                                  Book is Nomadic Warrior Cookbook 19. Found it North-West of Woodfolk ruins under the map icon of the minor erdtree there.

                                  Use the Forest-Spanning Greatbridge grace.

                                  Been looking for this thing since day 1

                                  • Anonymous

                                    If you are using the Mimic Tear Spirit Ashes, these are useful to have in your inventory since they will drop them and heal you and your mimic. This goes for all consumables I think.

                                    • Anonymous

                                      Craft requirements: 1 erdleaf flower, 1 smoldering butterfly, 1 sanctuary stone. cannot figure out what book it requires

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